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Assistant Professor Featured Among Renowned Artists in Printmaking Exhibition at the DIA

March 21, 2023

Artist and Assistant Professor Tyana Buie in her studio washing sscreenprinting screens at a sink

Assistant professor and section lead of printmaking at CCS has work on display in an exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) — alongside national and local artists until April 9, 2023.

Tyanna Buie has two pieces featured in Printmaking in the Twenty-First Century — “The Front Porch,” a screenprint and “Avalon Village,” a letterpress piece. 

It is an honor to be acknowledged for my artistic contributions, and a privilege to be in such good company with so many of the historical and contemporary greats,” said Buie. “The DIA is home to so many of my favorite artists I grew up admiring. They are the reason I am an artist today.”

The exhibition is free to the public and celebrates a range of prestigious artwork by contemporary printmakers with more than 60 prints, posters, and artists’ books on display.

“This exhibition highlights the works of both established and emerging artists, many of whom have local connections,” said Clare Rogan, Curator of Prints and Drawings. “Visitors have the opportunity to explore the dynamic range of subject matter, technical innovation, and creativity of contemporary printmaking.”